Castlemahon Nov 2

Church Notices: Mass readers Feohanagh Church Saturday 2nd Nov at 7.30pm is from the 1st Holy Communion program.

Church Notices: Mass readers Feohanagh Church Saturday 2nd Nov at 7.30pm is from the 1st Holy Communion program.

Castlemahon Church Sunday 3rd Nov at 11.00am is from the 1st Holy Communion Program.

Eucharistic Ministers Feohanagh Church is Siobhan Murphy.

Castlemahon Church is Patricia Curtin.

All Saints Day: Friday next, November 1st is the feast of all saints. Mass readers Thursday night October 31st, Feohanagh Church at 7.30pm Pat O’Donnell. Castlemahon Church on Friday November 1st at 11.00am is May O’Brien. Eucharistic Ministers Feohanagh Church: Bridie Scanlon, Castlemahon church: Maria Barrett

All Souls Day: Saturday next, November 2nd is All Souls day and envelopes for the holy souls can be handed in at mass on Saturday Nov 2 in Castlemahon at 11.00am and in Feohanagh Church at 7.30pm.

Remembrance tree: During the month of November, the dead will be remembered and prayed for at all masses in Feohanagh and in Castlemahon. You are welcome to write the names to be remembered on the scroll card and place it on the remembrance tree which has been erected in both Churches. Envelopes have already been delivered for the November list of the faithfully departed.

Cemetery Prayers: Rosary and prayers will be receited and blessings of the graves will take place in Castlemahon cemetery on Sunday next Nov 3rd at 11.45am following the 11.00am mass. Rosary and Blessing of the graves in Auglish cemetery at 12.15pm also on Sunday Nov 3rd. Everyone is welcome to attend in Memory of a loved one or friend.

Sincere Sympathy: Sincere sympathy is extended to James and Noreen Stack, Ballydonnell, Feohanagh on the death of James’ father, James Stack, Ballinlonig, Dromcollogher. May he Rest in Peace.

Sympathy also to Mary Donegan Ballydoorty, Castlemahon on the recent death of her brother in law in England, Larry Donegan, late of Evegalahoo, Knockaderry. May he Rest in Peace.

Charity Ceili: A charity ceili in aid of Fr. Chris O’Donnell missionary fund in St. Patrick’s Parish, Argentina will take place at the Devon inn hotel on Saturday next Nov 2 at 9.30pm with music by the Templeglantine Comhaltas Ceili band. Adm is €8 and a raffle will take place on the night with spot prizes galore. Bring along your friends and enjoy a great night for a worthy cause.

WLCR 102 Fundraising Ceili: A fundraising ceili night in aid of our local non profit community radio station 102fm will take place on Friday Nov 22nd in the community centre Knockaderry at 9.30pm with music by Donie Nolan. Teas and coffee served on the night with spot prizes galore. All are welcome to attend to support your local radio station.

Parish Annual 2013: With much thanks to all the good subscribers, much of the material for 2013 Parish Annual is now with the printers in orders to be returned for checking before the book launch on Friday November 15th by Fr. Michael Wall, lecturer at Mary Immaculate College. This years annual is dedicated to the memory of Margaret Doody Scully, May O’Connor and Paddy Roche, all who were outstanding members of the history group and who were all called to their eternal reward during the year and who will be sadly missed and also to Fr John McSweeney author of Call me Davis, Bishop Cremin, a Memoir and who died in Australia on January 16th 2013. Before the launch of the book on Friday November 15th a memorial mass for the above four special friends and all deceased members will be celebrated by Fr. John Duggan P.P in Castlemahon Church at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend. The next history group meeting will take place on Wednesday night Nov 6th at 8.30pm in Castlemahon Parish Hall.

Hospice needs your support: The annual church gate collection in aid of Milford Hospice Limerick, which caters for the terminally ill patients of Limerick city and county will be taken up before masses at Feohanagh Castlemahon Churches this coming Saturday and Sunday November 2nd/3rd. Your support as in past years is deeply appreciated by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, who administer the hospice services in this region. A little helps a lot.